Netherlands Antilles, Nederland (PressExposure) June 30, 2011 -- Pirate Bay today officially announced the launch of their brand new website, promoting their beach club & restaurant at Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles. Holidaymakers may be familiar with the location of the business, as it is the same site where the popular restaurant Hook's Hut was based.
"We are pleased to announce the official launch of the Pirate Bay beach club & restaurant website," said Meluska Nahar, the general manager of the Pirate Bay. "Our restaurant is enjoying a lot of success with locals and tourists alike, and we look forward to continuing this success, by launching our new website, and continuing to offer visitors a large selection of foods and drinks, and a warm and friendly welcome."
Holidaymakers and locals, have long been familiar with Hooks Hut Curacao, and the Pirate Bay has continued to take the beach club & restaurant from strength to strength.
The Pirate Bay, where you can be find their new website online at http://www.piratebaycuracao.com, are offering a mouth watering selection of breakfast, supper and dinner at the beach restaurant. "It is such a beautiful location, we are sure that you will be thrilled with the views," commented Nahar. "You can even sit on the beach to eat your meal, or enjoy a few drinks."
Special events at the Pirate Bay Beach Club Curacao include live music 3 times a week and will appeal to a variety of musical tastes. On Tuesday night there is Jazz with Breezing from 19.00-22.00, Wednesday night will feature Salsa with Loading from 22.00-01.00 and Sunday nights will be Reggae with The Lions Band from 19.00-22.00. "We encourage you to come and check out our entertaining live music nights," said Nahar, "You can relax and soak up the atmosphere, while enjoying drinks from our great bar or special cocktail cart."
There is also the opportunity for you to enjoy your wedding at the Pirate Bay, as you spend the day enjoying the sunshine with your family and friends, right on the spectacular beach. "We think it will be a day that you will never forget," said Nahar.